Come to my skooter rally. You’ll never be the same.
We’ve still got some of these posters available. Limited edition from our anniversary. Hit me up for details!
Jimmy Cliff- “Hard Road to Travel”
I had no idea this version existed. This is *almost* better than the reggae version.
Jimmy, you know how to bring the soul.
I had three sets, all around 30 minutes each……ALL VINYL.
Booker T- “Green Onions”
Flaming Embers- “Hey Mama (What’cha Got Good For Daddy)”
The Animals- “See See Rider”
The Baroque Brothers- “Baroque Au Go Go”
Fred Hughes- “Don’t Let me Down”
The Van McCoy Strings- “Sweet and Easy”
Clarence Reed- “Sooner or Later”
The Marvelettes- “I Need Someone”
Liz Lands- “One Man’s Poison”
Sugar Pie de Santo- “I Don’t Wanna Fuss”
Sam and Dave- “You Don’t Know Like I Know”
JJ Barnes- “I Think I Found a Love”
The Wild Ones- “Come on Back”
Spencer Davis Group- “Gimme Some Lovin”
Shadows of Knight- “Shake”
The Show Stoppers- “Ain’t Nothing but a House Party”
? and the Mysterians- “8 Teen”
Liverpool Five- “That’s What I Want”
Tommy Neal- “Goin’ to a Happening”
Dean Parrish- “Tell Her”
Little Richard- “I Need Love”
Gloria Jones- “Tainted Love”
Roscoe Jones- “Running for my Life”
The Vel-Vets- “I Got to Find me Somebody”
Martha and the Vandellas- “Nowhere to Run”
Swingin Medallions- “DOUBLE SHOT”
The Leaves- “Hey Joe”
Slade- “Get Down and Get With it”
The Pretty Things- “Rosalyn”
The Guess Who- “Gonna Search”
The Miracles- “Going to a Go-Go”
Sly and the Family Stone- “Dance to the Music”
The Incredibles- “There’s Nothing Else to Say”
And I closed after the last DJ with Procol Harum- “Whiter Shade of Pale” while I got to slow dance with a very special and beautiful lady : )
TONIGHT! I’m spinning at the Eagle’s Lodge on Hawthorne, 9-close!
$5 or $4 with a canned good for the Oregon Food Bank
All the best in garage, psych, mod, soul, and hip-shakers to move your feet!
Oh, and GO GO DANCERS IN MATCHING OUTFITS! Dig it.
SHOUT! is back in a few weeks!
I’m DJing alongside some really cool cats dropping the best stuff to get you moving on the dance floor!
A few years ago, I was a drummer in a Soul band called the Madison Concrete. It was the best musical experience I’ve ever been a part of. We mostly played covers of classics and Northern hits. This is us at Slabtown in Portland, playing the Coasters, “Down in Mexico.”
I’ll forever love this experience in my life.
The Seven Legs of Soul (Taken with Instagram)
Join us at our anniversary dance party on Friday, Oct. 5th.
NO COVER, just the best in the sounds profound to make you get down.
9pm-Freedom at East Burn, 1800 E. Burnside, Portland, CASCADIA.